Even if you've lived in Seattle your whole life, you might not have heard of Beaux Arts Village. It's tucked on the eastern shore of Lake Washington just north of I-90, and only has a population of 300 residents (making it one of the smallest municipalities in Western Washington). Even though it's tucked between the booming cities of Seattle, Mercer Island and Bellevue - "Villagers" (as they call themselves), choose Beaux Arts because of the small town feel.
If you're one of those people who can't decide whether you'd like to live in a big city or small town, we may have found the place for you. And since it's so small - there aren't many chances to break into this market....except for RIGHT NOW.
Check out this Hamptons-like abode in the Village, selling for $3,188,000 by Jody Blohm and Dicker Cahill of NWG Real Estate.
Beside being in the small community, the home also boasts:
- 5,810 square feet
- 4 bedrooms / 5 baths
- Chef's kitchen
- 5 piece bath en suite
- Radiant heat
- Vaulted ceilings
Enough talk, let's let the pics speak for themselves.